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I am an undergraduate student graduating in December. Do I still have access to electronic library resources (UC-links) after graduation? If so, how long after graduation?

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Posted: 01 Dec, 2009
by: Booth C.
Updated: 08 Dec, 2009
by: Booth C.
Library Privileges are subject to expiration following graduation, and typically expire within a matter of weeks. Users may apply for an Alumni Library Borrowing Card if they are members of the Alumni Association, although they will NOT have access to electronic resources via this membership. Information for Alumni and Visitors has additional information and application details, as well as other public borrowing options.

After graduation, you can also gain "research access" to online library resources using publicly accessible (e.g., Doe Library) computers.
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